Juicy J bridges the gap by working with some of the artists he influenced. The Three 6 Mafia member has released his Highly Intoxicated project, which features $uicideboy$ producing nine of its 18 tracks.

The New Orleans duo’s style is heavily shaped by the sound cultivated by DJ Paul and Juicy J in the ’90s, so the collaboration is a natural fit. The veteran MC/producer also brings in buzzing artists like Cardi B and XXXTENTACION as well as established acts like Wiz Khalifa and Rick Ross to appear on the project.

Check out the stream for Juicy J’s Highly Intoxicated below.

(This article has been updated. It was last amended on September 17, 2017 and can found below.)



A few weeks ago, Juicy J teased fans with a skewed look at the tracklist for his Highly Intoxicated project. Now, he has actually revealed it to the world along with the cover art for the tape.

The Memphis rap pioneer shared the news via Instagram on Sunday (September 17), confirming a star-studded lineup of guests for the project. Wiz Khalifa, Rick Ross, Cardi B, Slim Jxmmi of Rae Sremmurd and XXXTENTACION are among the big names appearing on the tape, which drops on Monday (September 18). Production is mostly handled by New Orleans duo $uicideboy$ with additional contributions by Southside, Tarentino and TM88.

Check out the cover art and official tracklist for Highly Intoxicated below.

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(The original version of this article was published on September 1, 2017 and can found below.)

Three 6 Mafia vet Juicy J took to Snapchat to tease the tracklist for his forthcoming album, Highly Intoxicated, which apparently features guest spots from Cardi B, XXXTENTACION, Rick Ross, Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa and A$AP Rocky.

With the words “Track list bitch!” written across the front of the image, it’s difficult to make out the specific song titles, but it appears the album is packed with 17 new tracks.

The Memphis OG has had no problem embracing the younger generation of rappers. In August, he teamed up with Migos’ Offset for “Flood Watch” and nabbed Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign for “Ain’t Nothing” in February.

J’s last project, Gas Face,dropped in May on the Taylor Gang imprint. The 10-track offering was another star-studded affair and boasted features from Lil Wayne, Chris Brown and Quavo.

Check out a screenshot of the Highly Intoxicated tracklist below.

Juicy J Highly Intoxicated Tracklist